Scenario 1 : Meeting disagreement with deep impact/arbitration
Incited by a crude remark made during a Board meeting, a usually quiet officer begins a mudslinging campaign against the offending speaker. Due to said speaker’s ambitions and connections, a “slip of the tongue” – the crude remark – unravels a group of civic minded individuals, destroying any hopes of accomplishing their goals and vision.
MEP with virtual and personal counsel would:
Scenario 2 Online Conference/Webinar
A lone Blogger in a desolate town has discovered a fan base: A disparate group of 20 minds commenting on a similar frustration. The Blogger decides to host an online conference/ webinar.
Scenario 3: Assessing a Business Governance Situation
Many organizations lack true leadership prowess, direction, and satisfactory follow up actions. In this case, the board of directors and/or corporate leadership body needs external help to lead them to understand their critical governance roles and responsibilities with clarity.
The CEO may believe the board has too much authority and control, awarded by corporate bylaws or a group of designated stakeholders. Or, there is no board at all, and the corporate executive team has the sole role and responsibilities for overall strategic and tactical plans for the organization’s governance.
Without a clear vision, strategy, or action plan, neither a board nor an executive team will pretend to own a truly obvious and unintentional failed governance model.
MEP’s goal is always to help the customer to be successful. There are countless locations where MEP has first-handedly offered stellar leadership and direction, where there was a true lack of leadership and direction. Strategic plans that have no clear strategic outcomes that benefit the bottom line are counter-productive.
With a sense of coordinated leadership and direction, action and accountability can take over in the culture.
MEP was formed to support boards and executive teams who need and want to design and develop plausible strategic and tactical plans for optimizing their fiduciary responsibilities in successful organizational governance. MEP specializes in facilitating this multilayered process of improving efficiency through internal and external governance, once the leadership teams decide to commit to making this a priority.